From the monthly archives:

September 2011

We wrote in May about how to avoid the listeria bacteria that lives in your fridge, but over the last two months a new source of listeria has claimed 13 lives and sickened hundreds more: cantaloupes. First, know that only people with weakened immune systems are at risk; the elderly are disproportionately affected by this […]

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Last week we brought you the story of people with electromagnetic hypersensitivity, a condition brought about by devices that emit low wave signals like WiFi. These sufferers experience chronic pain, especially headaches, that worsens with increased exposure to WiFi devices (as well as other electronic emissions). This week, another story has appeared that may help […]

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What Is Bed Bug’s Weakness?

September 28, 2011

Bed bugs may be coming to a bed near you…they’re back in the US, spreading throughout the major cities, and stronger than they were half a century ago (when the US lead a successful campaign to eradicate them). Now, the few surviving colonies and new ones brought in from other countries are DDT (the now […]

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The biggest problem with finding a cure for cancer is that cancer isn’t one thing, or one disease. There are many cancer types, with many causes (from inflammation, to genetics, to radiation). Because of all these cancer types, there probably won’t be just one cure for cancer, there will probably be many. But finding one […]

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Many media outlets proclaim the risks of natural supplements: they aren’t regulated the same way as FDA approved medicine, some have dubious claims & benefits, some have serious side-effects (ephedra), or aren’t labelled properly. But no supplement is as campaigned against as colloidal silver (although homeopathy is currently coming up negatively in all sorts of […]

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